Critical Thinking: Identifying Issues and Forming an Opinion for Argument

Critical Thinking: Identifying Issues and Forming an Opinion for Argument

CRT-201 Critical Thinking

Identifying Issues and Forming an Opinion

Two Parts to this assignment:

Part I:

Answer the DQ in 50 words or more:

How do you see yourself using the concepts about an “argument” in the future?

Part II:

The article must be current and a copy must be submitted with the paper. It must include the paper name, section and date from where the article was taken.

  • Read an article that interests you and that appears in a newspaper. For example, editorial articles are a good source.
  • Write a 300-word paper that answers these questions:

o What are the components of the argument presented in the article: the conclusions, issues, and reasons?

o How well was the argument presented? What was missing?

  • Format your paper using Writing Style Handbook guidelines.
  • Include a reference for the article you used.

 

  • REQUIREMENTS
  • critical thinking  Identifying Issues  Forming an Opinion  Presenting an Argument description 2 pages, Double Spacing

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